Eventually we made it! To very relaxed Broome for a few days of acclimatisation (it was 20 degrees jump in the temperature than at home in Sydney) – then onward and upward to explore the Kimberleys.
The magnificence of the ranges, with all their gorges, waterfalls, and native flora, reopened my eyes to the colour and texture of the Australian outback. As a textile artist I was enthralled with imagery and the essence of life in this part of our country.
More details of our trip will be posted shortly; meanwhile here is a ” taster” of a few of the places in which we ventured. Photos were taken by Chris Priday.
CLICK ON the small images for more than a bird’s eye view.
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Pamela Priday, Crafty Quilting
Born in Adelaide, a Sydney dweller until 2012 when I moved to Dungog in New South Wales, Australia, I welcome you to my creative adventures.
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